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Volume 2, Issue 51                                                                              June 26, 2017


 
 
 

Police Files

Early morning bike ride takes a bad turn on the boardwalk

Lindsay Nicole Blaine, 33, of Yorba Linda, was arrested on Wednesday, June 21, at Bay Shore Drive and W. Coast Highway at 3:30 a.m. What started as a couple of minor bicycle violations, headlight and reflector violations and riding on the boardwalk, quickly turned into something worse.

Blaine also was charged with petty theft for the bicycle she was riding, being under the influence of a controlled substance, possession of narcotics and possession of brass knuckles.

Blaine listed her occupation at dancer.

Bail was set at $2,500.

Police DUI checkpoint catches violators

The Newport Beach Police Department conducted a DUI checkpoint last Thursday evening, June 22, at Santa Barbara Drive and Jamboree Road.

The checkpoint turned up several drivers with suspended or revoked licenses and unlawful possession of paraphernalia.

One driver, Christine Johanna Feher, 43, from Santa Ana, was charged with possession of narcotics, possession of a controlled substance and possession of unlawful paraphernalia.

Bail for her was set at $10,000.

Funding for this checkpoint was provided to the police department by a grant from the California Office of Traffic Safety, through the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration, reminding everyone to ‘Report Drunk Driver – Call 9-1-1.

Scroll down to Police Beat for all arrests & crime reports

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Fair Game

By TOM JOHNSON

NBPD ready to make the Fourth safe

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I walked into the Newport Beach Police Department lobby the other day to check on some community crime incidents.

One of the questions I had for the officers manning the front desk was what the Fourth of July is going to look like this year. After all, this year the Fourth falls on a Tuesday.

My question to them was what this year’s weekend would look like? Is it going to be a four-day weekend or will a Tuesday Fourth diminish the crowds because people have to work Monday.

Unfortunately, they have to plan for it both ways because at this point they just don’t know.

For a long time the Peninsula was a lightning rod on the Fourth as year-after-year unruly crowds gathered and arrests were commonplace.

More recently, the police have maintained control over the area with diligent policing to keep the potentially unruly folks under wraps. 

I’m hearing that this year the PD is going to get even tougher, not only on the Peninsula, but throughout town especially on illegal fireworks. And, I don’t think they’re kidding.

Here’s some advice from our police department to keep you out of trouble:

1) If you’re a property owner or party host at a house, you are responsible for the conduct of your guests, all of your guests. Loud and raucous parties can lead to a citation, or even an arrest.

2) Fireworks, period, are illegal. This includes the “safe and sane” things you can buy in neighboring cities. That includes sparklers and fountains.

3) Our fire rings are available on a first-come, first served basis. Remember though, some rings require wood, while others are charcoal-only.

4) Alcoholic beverages are a no-no in public. Nothing on the beach, nothing on the sidewalks, nothing on your bikes, etc. Violators will be subject to arrest or citation.

5) Even the fun stuff: water balloons, squirt guns and garden hoses are illegal if directed at pedestrians. I know it sounds like fun, but again, you can be cited or even arrested.

6) Finally, if you commit any of the above violations in West Newport, or any other violation for that matter that are against the law, fines will be tripled.

If you want to celebrate there are other things to do around town. Perhaps the biggest party is at the Newport Dunes Waterfront Resort and Marina. 

You can start there early in the day on their beach or by taking out some of their fun boating equipment…you could even splurge a little and do both.

Then at 3 p.m. they begin music from their main stage. Throughout the afternoon and into the evening tribute bands will be on display, including Hollywood U2, The Petty Breakers and Southern Rocket.

A variety of food trucks will be on hand and there’ll be a beer and wine garden.

It’s fifty-bucks a carload. So pack in the family, pack in the neighbors, whoever else, and come to the Dunes.

Then at 9 p.m. they will join with the City of Newport Beach to put on a fireworks spectacular to light up the skies. Trust me, it’s always good there!

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Stump the Stu

Forget the sign, you gotta look to guess!

Sometimes we throw you a softball…for those of you that have been around Newport Beach for awhile certainly have seen this. Rumor has it that former President Richard Nixon even visited here and was informed he carried no preferential treatment. Where is it?

Take the challenge, and submit your answers to: lThis email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.. The correct answers will be in Thursday’s edition. 

If you have a unique spot or icon around town that you think StuNews readers would enjoy finding out about, please shoot it, share it and give us the answer, so we can challenge them!

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Congratulations to our 2017 graduates

Seniors…you did it! Congratulations to the 2017 graduating classes at Corona del Mar and Newport Harbor high schools, with ceremonies taking place on June 22. Good luck in your future endeavors!!

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NHHS graduating class

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On the Harbor: Dennis Durgan will be our new harbormaster, managing mooring services

By LEN BOSE

I have to assume you all have heard that the Orange County Sheriff’s Department Harbor Patrol will be handing over the helm to the City of Newport Beach to manage mooring services on July 1, 2017.

Local resident Dennis Durgan has been working hard over the last two weeks in preparation of becoming the new harbormaster. This task is challenging with Durgan putting in long days getting ready for the upcoming watch change. My understanding is that the first six months of Durgan’s watch is being referred to as a trial period.

One of the many tasks involved is preparing a fleet of three boats that will monitor the moorings and provide assistance to boaters. The conceptual work example is based from the harbor patrol in Avalon and other anchorages in Catalina. The city has owned a 19-foot center console Boston Whaler named “Clean Sweep” that has been renamed Harbormaster 1. Harbormaster 1 has recently received engine service, new fenders, VHF radio, radar and chart plotter. The other two vessels the city has charted, from the Newport Aquatic Center, are catamaran coaching vessels. I have not heard yet what VHF channel the Harbor Service workers will be monitoring or how to call them over the VHF radio. If I was to guess, I would start with Channel 16 and call for “Newport Harbor Mooring Services” and follow their lead to another work channel.

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Harbormaster 2 is one of two boats chartered from the Newport Aquatic Center to monitor the moorings

The harbormaster’s office will be located at Marina Park on the second floor under the Marina Services sign. Office work will include the transfer of mooring permits, the collection of mooring fees, auditing mooring permits for maintenance work, proof of documentation and insurance and assigning guest moorings. In front of Marina Park there will be a string of double ended moorings added to coincide with Marina Park’s guest slips.

Other tasks Harbormaster Durgan will be assigned with will be enforcing many parts of the Newport Beach Municipal Code Title 17: http://www.codepublishing.com/CA/NewportBeach/html/pdfs/newportbeach17.pdf.  I will assume Durgan will have to focus on 17.20 Vessel launching and Operation, 17.25.010 Docking Regulations, 17.25.020 Anchorage, Berthing and Mooring Regulations, 17.40 Live-Aboards, 17.45 Sanitation and 17.60.040 Mooring Permits. It is my understanding that Title 17 will be amended very soon to include the Duties of the Harbor Master and define their duties.

There are many unanswered questions floating around the harbor regarding this watch change. I keep hearing questions of why the watch change now? Why the urgency of this change and why was it placed on one of the two busiest days in the harbor? Why was the Harbor Commission not even given a chance to make any recommendations? One of the main duties of the Harbor Commission is to “Advise the City Council on proposed harbor related improvements.”

If you’re wondering what my gut take is on the watch change…the bottom line is it will be better for the harbor in the long run. It has been more than obvious that the need for better code enforcement in the moorings and on the public docks is long overdue. The largest task for Durgan will not just be developing the proper tools for the jobs, it will be how to define and implement Title 17. The sheriff’s department has implemented much of Title 17 for a very long time and any type of change is going to ruffle feathers. Change is always going to produce the question of equality. One of the worst things that can happen would have the public reference the harbormaster as the mooring lord. This will not be an easy watch change and I have edited William Golding’s quote for every harbor user “He who rides the water of our harbor must have sails woven of patience.”

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View of the harbor from Marina Park

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Speaking of patience, during last week’s Harbor Commission meeting a commissioner asked the city council liaison why the communication line between commissioner and assigned council member shall be discontinued to further notice. The public should question their city council member on what happened and how will this be remedied.

Towards the end of the Harbor Commission meeting local Newport Beach activist Jim Mosher gave one of the kindest accolades to departing commissioner Doug West that I have ever heard. I wish I could have quoted Mosher, but the gist of his comment thanked West for his service to our harbor and that Mosher had never seen such positive change, for the better, in the Harbor Commission than the time he served as the chairman. Mosher hit the nail on the head and I should have started clapping with agreement and a final thank you to West (who is moving his primary residence to the East Coast).

Sea ya!

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Len Bose is a yachting enthusiast, yacht broker and harbor columnist for StuNewsNewport.

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Chamber opens up doors to show off new home

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(L-R): Steve Rosansky accepts a proclamation from State Assemblyman Matthew Harper

The Newport Beach Chamber of Commerce opened up its doors to the community to show off their new digs at 4343 Von Karman Ave. last Thursday, June 22.

Chamber President & CEO Steve Rosansky was on hand to welcome some 100+ guests onto a deck overlooking a lake next to their offices.

Many Chamber members and community leaders were on hand, including Council members Will O’Neill and Scott Peotter, and State Assemblyman Matthew Harper. 

Building owner Fariborz Maseeh was also in attendance; Rosansky thanked him for a “deal” to the Chamber that they couldn’t say no to.

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 (L-R): Newport Beach City Council member Scott Peotter and David Taylor

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(L-R): Brett Hemphill, Dorothy Larson and Chris Wynkoop


CdM Chamber to feature artists at tomorrow’s mixer

The Corona del Mar Chamber of Commerce Sunset Networking Mixer will be held tomorrow, Tuesday, June 27, at Southern California Art Projects + Exhibitions (SCAPE).

The event will feature Fluid by Nature presenting three artists who create work inspired by their passionate connection and immersion with the Southern California Coast. The artists are Wolfgang Bloch, Kristina Grace and Pierce Meehan.

Sunset Mixers are open to the public, chamber members are free and non-members and community friends are $20. It’ll run from 5:30 - 7:30 p.m.

The evening will include wine and light appetizers, networking opportunities and gallery and artist viewing. No reservations are required.

SCAPE is located at 2859 E. Coast Highway, Corona del Mar.


Speak-Up Newport to look at new animal services

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Animal Control Supervisor Valerie Schomburg and a furry friend

The City of Newport Beach’s new partnering with Home Free Animal Rescue & Sanctuary will be featured at the July 12 Speak-Up Newport program. The new relationship provides boarding, care and feeding of animals collected by the Newport Beach Police Department’s Animal Control Division, which coordinates these services.

The Speak-Up Newport presentation will include information on when, where and how the Shelter operates – from domestic animals and how to adopt them, to how local wild animals are being controlled.   

The program speakers are Newport Beach Police Officer and Animal Control Supervisor Valerie Schomburg, who has worked for 16 years toward Newport Beach having its own shelter, along with Animal Control Officer Jesse Castro – both sharing their passion for the well being of the animals in their care.

Former Mayor Nancy Gardner will speak about the Friends of the Newport Beach Animal Shelter, offering information on how citizens can support the shelter, from donations of supplies and funds to volunteering at the shelter.

Questions and answers will follow the presentation.

The event takes place at the Newport Beach Civic Center Community Room at 100 Civic Center Drive, Newport Beach.

The program begins with a reception at 5:15 p.m. and the program starts at 7 p.m. There are no reservations required and no charge to attend.

Speak Up Newport (SUN) is a non-profit, non-partisan citizens group organized to promote the common good and general welfare of the Newport Beach community.


Pet of the Week Dog and Cat print

StuNewsNewport is delighted to be working with the Newport Beach Animal Shelter to help get the word out in search of loving homes for pets that deserve a warm, nurturing environment and a place to call “home.”

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MEET FIFI

Fifi is so sweet and is looking for a loving home

Fifi is an adorable 7-year-old poodle mix who loves everyone. She is vaccinated, spayed and microchipped.

Adoption costs at the shelter:

Dogs - $130

Puppies - $150

Cats - $90

Kittens - $110

At any given time, the shelter can have 4-5 dogs and 7-8 cats/kittens available for adoption. At times, they receive owner turn-ins that would do best adopted out together. 

If you are interested in finding out more about Fifi, or any other animals up for adoption, the Newport Beach Animal Shelter is located at 20302 Riverside Drive, Newport Beach. It is open daily from 11 a.m. to 4 p.m. Call 949.644.3656. Email Valerie Schomburg at This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it..

To find out how you can help support the shelter, visit www.nbpd.org and click on “Our Animal Shelter” to view the wish list. They can always use food & treats; new toys; grooming, hygiene & comfort products; as well as laundry soap, dish soap, paper towels, sponges & scrub pads and lint rollers. If you are interested in volunteering, you can fill out and sign the application on the website.


SOCALPAPA artists return to Upper Newport Bay

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On Saturday and Sunday, July 15 - 16, from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m., the Southern California Plein Air Painters Association artists return to Upper Newport Bay for their art show and sale.

Hundreds of original pieces from more than 40 Southern California Plein Air Painters Association artists will showcase the beauty and natural heritage of the area, as they set up their easels to paint outdoors. Working in the open air allows these artists to duplicate the unique colors and light effects than can only be seen when the artist paints under an open sky.

Free painting classes for children ages 7 - 12 will be hosted in the classroom of the Peter and Mary Muth Interpretive Center. All materials are supplied and participants will take home a completed painting at the end of the class. Student space is limited and prior registration is required.

A portion of the sale proceeds will go to the Newport Bay Conservancy, resulting in a partial charitable tax write off for the art purchaser.

The Peter and Mary Muth Interpretive Center is located at 2301 University Drive, Newport Beach. For more information, visit www.socalpapa.com.


Guest Column

Dave Kiff

An insider’s look at what’s going on in and around City Hall

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Newport Beach City Manager Dave Kiff

We’re decked out in Balboa Peninsula Trolley Red today for this version of a slightly shorter Insider’s Guide because the Council meeting planned for June 27th might also be a tad shorter than most. It’s summertime, the Budget’s adopted, and the City can tend to hunker down into a busy operational mode (managing traffic, keeping the place tidy as best we can, keeping you and our visitors safe from big waves, crime, and fire, and running busy libraries and recreational programs) versus administrative items.

So on to the Agenda for the meeting. Remember that I don’t summarize every item on the agenda, so make sure you look at the City Clerk’s agenda page to read the whole agenda if you’d like.

Study Session starts at 4 p.m., and has a handful of items:

Updating the Council about recent changes to State law that obligate us to change our Franchise Agreements with the 35 or so commercial trash haulers that work in Newport Beach. These are the haulers used by apartments, restaurants, businesses, schools and more. They can provide daily or weekly service (or something in between) and provide “roll-offs” for construction debris.

Updating the Council on our activities involving Short-Term Lodgings, like Airbnb and HomeAway. In short, we’ve been trying to work on improving compliance with our codes for those persons operating vacation rentals without a permit. Sometimes that means telling a homeowner that they cannot rent short-term lodgings at all, if the home is in the R-1 zone and does not have a pre-existing short-term lodging permit.

Our yearly summary of what to expect on July 4. Which is a Tuesday this year, not a Wednesday as I wrote last time. Sorry about that mistake, but kudos to the dozen or so folks that read that far and caught it. Anyway, expect pretty much the usual stuff for July 4 – lots of traffic, our West Newport special enforcement zone w/”LUGO” fines if groups get crazy, but also some great fireworks shows and fun parades and family stuff. A couple of new things – know that the Balboa Rolley will be operating that day and please DO NOT bring in or use fireworks. Our PD will be more aggressive this year in trying to catch you if you do. The past years have seen too many uses of fireworks on our local streets, which can be dangerous for you and your property and subject you to fines and penalties.

The evening’s Regular Session is at 7 p.m. There are only these items that I’ll call attention to:

Council will consider appointments to lots of Boards and Commissions. As always, Council has a great list of worthy candidates to consider. Thank you to all who made the commitment to apply. While not everyone can get an appointment the first or even second time, eventually it happens. 

From our Community Development Department, some contracts with various private sector firms that provide plan check, technical, and inspection services to you if you’re remodeling or newly constructing a home, business, or similar. We have both in-house staff who can do this and outside plan checkers – actually, you generally can choose which path you’d like. But sometimes plan reviews are shipped to outside contractors if we’re overloaded with the workload internally. 

Calendar and other notes include:

The Trolley again. Give it a try on any weekend day or July 4 through Sunday, Sept 3rd. It’s free and a fun way to navigate around the busy Peninsula. Limited parking is available at Hoag Hospital’s lower campus (PCH and Hoag Drive – see map) if you want to send guests there. To download the Trolley Tracker app, go to the App Store and look for “Ride Systems” then select “Newport Beach” (I just tested it and it works).

Can I ring my usual Summer bell about just biker and pedestrian safety in general? It’s our busy season, so that means more people – and more people who aren’t familiar with town. Plus some of them are probably walking or biking while texting. And Junior Guards starts on Tuesday, June 27th. So remember that a gazillion younger folks on bikes in their JG uniforms (with fins and backpacks) will be on the streets and sidewalks getting to and from two shifts of JGs each Monday through Thursday through August 10th. Please look out for all of them. It makes so much sense for us to drive a little more slowly and cautiously down Balboa, on Bayside, on Dover, on Newport Boulevard and more – and across crosswalks, through intersections, and around alleyways. Let’s all survive the summer with life and limbs intact.

Starting on Saturday, July 1, expect to see a few new Newport Beach boats in the Harbor under the direction of our new Harbormaster, Dennis Durgan. Dennis and his crew of harbor ambassadors will be out in the Harbor performing some (but not all) of the functions that the OC Sheriff has done in the past. For any Harbor issue not involving an emergency, call the new Harbor phone number at 949.270.8159, or email them at This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.. The website there is www.newportharbor.org.

Finally, this is my chance to congratulate and say goodbye to Deputy City Manager Rob Houston, who is leaving us soon to become the City Manager of Fountain Valley (“a nice place to live” – and it is). I wish Rob the best in this new endeavor, as the region needs good city managers, I thank Rob for his years of service to the City. 

Have a safe and sane July 4th, and as always, thanks for reading. Please forward this Guide to family, friends and members of your HOA if you represent one. I always like hearing from you, too, so please don’t hesitate to ask a question or offer a comment. 

Sincerely,

Dave Kiff

City Manager

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Balboa Island Vintage Home Tour: a successful day

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One of the lovely residences on the Vintage Home Tour

The Balboa Island Museum had its 3rd annual Vintage Home Tour on Saturday, June 17 from 11 a.m. to 4 p.m. It was a well-attended event that featured six houses, the Royal Hen, and the Phantom docked on historic property. Thank you to all the attendees, sponsors, and docents who supported this fundraiser. The Museum greatly appreciates your partnership to their non-profit organization.

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Newport Dunes to welcome Lobsterfest

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Newport Beach Waterfront Resort welcomes the Ninth Annual Lobsterfest at Newport Beach on Sunday, August 6, 2017 from 3 to 8 p.m. This annual celebration of summer centers around a fresh, whole Maine lobster dinner with dancing to live music, opportunity drawings, prizes and fun on the beach for the entire family.

Live, whole Maine lobster is flown in fresh on the morning of the event and prepared on-site alongside a buffet that includes New York strip steak, corn-on-the-cob, red potatoes, salads, fresh baked sourdough rolls and dessert.

In addition to serving a whole Maine lobster dinner and all its complements, Lobsterfest at Newport Beach features a full bar with craft beer and premium wine, live music from “West Coast Party Crashers,” and special activities on-site for children provided by Camp James.

Event proceeds support Make-A-Wish® - Orange County and Inland Empire as well as Leadership Tomorrow - Orange County. Make-A-Wish® grants the wishes of children with life-threatening medical conditions to enrich the human experience with hope, strength and joy. Leadership Tomorrow, in conjunction with the Newport Beach, Costa Mesa, Irvine and Tustin chambers of commerce, is a nine-month program designed for informed citizens committed to learning more about their communities. Tuition for the year is $1,400 and for the last seven years, Lobsterfest has awarded eight to 10 scholarships to deserving recipients.

General Admission tickets are $60 per person in advance, $80 at the door. Additional whole lobsters may be purchased for $20 each. Kids Meal tickets for children under 12 years are available for $20 in advance and $25 at the door. VIP tickets are $150 in advance and include all-you-can-eat whole Maine lobsters, New York strip steak, corn-on-the-cob, red potatoes, salads, fresh baked sourdough rolls, dessert, complimentary beer and wine, valet parking and reserved seating in front of the stage area.

For more information about Lobsterfest at Newport Beach and to buy tickets, visit LobsterfestAtNewportBeach.com.

Newport Beach Waterfront Resort is located at 1131 Back Bay Drive, Newport Beach. Call 949.729.1133. www.newportdunes.com


Newport Beach – A Look Back 

Photo series courtesy of Balboa Island Museum & Historical Society

A Look Back 6.26.17

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The cover of a Balboa Island Ferry Happy New Year pictorial, the year was 1940.

Visit Balboa Island Museum at 331 Marine Ave., Balboa Island. It is open Tuesdays-Sundays, 10 a.m.-4 p.m. The Museum Store is open Tuesdays-Sundays, 10 a.m.-4 p.m. 949.675.3952. www.balboaislandmuseum.org


Special Notice Regarding Newport Elementary Principal Community Input Forum

The Newport Mesa Unified School District is currently seeking input from the Newport Elementary School community regarding the qualities and attributes of what you would like to see in the next school principal. To begin this process, the District would like to invite all families and stakeholders to the following community forum:

Newport Elementary School, Thursday, July 6, 2017 at 6 p.m. in the Multi-Purpose Room.

People are encouraged to attend the meeting at Newport Elementary School; however, if they are unable to attend they may provide input online. The link to the survey is a tab on the Newport Elementary School website or you can access the survey by clicking the link Newport Elementary Community Input.

The Community Forum and online input will be used in the selection process to identify the best candidate to fill the position of Newport Elementary School Principal. They look forward to receiving your input/suggestions.

For more information, call Human Resources at 714.424.5041.


Bayside Restaurant to launch complimentary “Dine & Ride” shuttle service

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Bayside Restaurant is taking steps to make sure that this year’s Summer Concert Series at the Hyatt Regency Newport Beach is more convenient than ever by launching “Dine & Ride,” a complimentary round-trip shuttle service for dinner guests heading to the Friday night concerts. Among this year’s acts are Herb Albert with Lani Hall, Brian McKnight, Gino Vannelli and West Coast Jam.

“Many of our guests attend the concerts and have grown to love them, but traffic and limited parking sometimes strip away some of the joy of the experience,” said Marc Ghoukassian, proprietor of Bayside. “We decided to extend this service as a courtesy for our guests and hopefully reach some new ones.”

After the concerts, live music continues at Bayside with the restaurant’s popular “Late Night Jam Session” series featuring some of Southern California’s top musicians who gather each week to jam. A special bar menu as well as specialty cocktails, featured wines and craft beers are served during the 10:30 p.m. - 12:30 a.m. sessions.

Bayside is a contemporary dining establishment overlooking Newport Harbor. Executive Chef Paul Gstrein has crafted an extensive award-winning menu emphasizing fresh seafood. The 246-seat restaurant features design elements that showcase an ever-evolving fine art exhibition and the interior offers favorable lighting, state-of-the-art acoustics and a generous use of Macassar ebony, a rare wood from Indonesia.

The wrap-around patio comes with built-in heaters and sun drapes and its large windows offer breathtaking views of the harbor. Live entertainment is offered nightly and during Champagne Sunday brunch in the bar/lounge and on Fridays, from 10 p.m. - midnight, live jazz and a dedicated small plates menu are offered.

Bayside Restaurant is located at 900 Bayside Drive, Newport Beach. Reservations can be made by calling 949.721.1222. www.BaysideRestaurant.com


Segerstrom Center’s International Dance Series

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Mariinsky Ballet & Orchestra, “Chopiniana”

Segerstrom Center for the Arts has announced its internationally and culturally rich 2017-2018 Dance Series. The legendary Mariinsky Ballet and Orchestra return to the Center performing a program of classic works by Michel Fokine as only a great Russian company can. American Ballet Theatre will be back with its annual holiday treat, Alexei Ratmansky’s The Nutcracker. Alvin Ailey American Dance Theater returns as well, with programs that include many works drawn from the company’s expansive repertory, including its masterpiece, Revelations. Argentina’s fiercely passionate Tango Buenos Aires brings Spirit of Argentina, a new production for Center audiences. And for the first time at Segerstrom Center, the Dublin Irish Dance and Cloud Gate Dance Theatre of Taiwan debut.

 

International Dance Series Schedule:

Mariinsky Ballet and Orchestra

Valery Gergiev, Artistic Director of the Mariinsky Theatre; Yuri Fateyev, Ballet Master
October 12 - 15, 2017
Michel Fokine Program, Choreography by Michel Fokine featuring Chopiniana, Le Spectre de la Rose, The Swan and Scheherazade. Music by Frédéric Chopin, Hector Berlioz, Camille Saint-Saëns and Nicolai Rimsky-Korsakov. 

Performances at the Renée and Henry Segerstrom Concert Hall

 

Tango Buenos Aires

Spirit of Argentina: Carlos Gardel - The King of Tango, El Zorzal Criollo

November 18 and 19, 2017

The Tango Buenos Aires follows the life of Carlos Gardel, a French-Argentine singer, songwriter, composer and actor, and his collaborations with the great composer, Astor Piazzolla. For many, Gardel embodies the soul of the tango style and is considered one of the most prominent figures in the history of tango. 

Performances at the Renée and Henry Segerstrom Concert Hall

 

Cloud Gate Dance Theatre of Taiwan

Center debut: Founder/Artistic Director/Choreographer: Lin Hwai-min performing the ballet Formosa, with dancers performing to music by award-winning indigenous singer Sangpuy, transforming ancient aesthetics into a thrilling and modern celebration of motion that depicts a playground of love and life, mediated by tragedy, hope and rebirth.
March 16 - 18, 2018

Performances at Segerstrom Hall

 

Alvin Ailey American Dance Theater 

Robert Battle, Artistic Director
Masazumi Chaya, Associate Artistic Director
April 14, 2018: Revelations Celebration! A free event on the Center’s Julianne and George Argyros Plaza. 

April 18, 2018: Discover Ailey. An hour-long moderated performance in Segerstrom Hall.
April 19 - 22, 2018: Repertory Program. Featuring highlights from the Company’s current season. 

The Alvin Ailey American Dance Theater’s return to Orange County will begin with Revelations Celebration!, a free community event on Saturday, April 14, 2018 on the Center’s Julianne and George Argyros Plaza. Visitors of all ages are invited to participate and engage with company performers and teaching artists as they learn distinctive movements of three of the most well-known pieces from the Company’s cornerstone work, Revelations, including “Rocka My Soul,” “Wade in the Water” and “I’ve ‘Been Buked.” Fans and novices alike are welcome!

 

Dance Bonus Engagements
American Ballet Theatre presents The Nutcracker • Dublin Irish Dance: Stepping Out Kevin McKenzie, Artistic Director
December 7 - 17, 2017
The Nutcracker
Choreography: Alexei Ratmansky
Music: Pyotr Ilyich Tchaikovsky performed by Pacific Symphony at Segerstrom Hall

Cloud Gate Dance Theatre of Taiwan

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“Formosa” performed by Cloud Gate Dance Theatre of Taiwan

Current Dance Series season subscribers can renew their tickets now. New season tickets packages will be available this month. Single tickets will go on sale approximately eight weeks prior to individual engagements.

Visit the Center’s website, www.SCFTA.orgfor more information about both the current season and the 2017 - 2018 Season. The Center has specially priced season packages that are available for students and seniors. For inquiries about group ticket discounts, call the Group Services office at 714.755.0236. Free Preview Talks prior to each performance will offer insight, information and context.


Celebrate Independence Day on the Back Bay

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Newport Dunes Waterfront Resort has announced a 4th of July holiday filled with fun activities fit for the whole family. Celebrate Independence Day on the Back Bay with live music, local food trucks and a dynamic fireworks display from one of the best viewing locations in Southern California.

Back Bay Bistro will also host a special 4th of July Buffet dinner with two seatings and a variety of live food stations.

Arrive early and experience all that Newport Dunes has to offer including an inflatable water park in the Back Bay and rentable kayaks, pedal boats, windsurfing, sail boats, electric boats, stand up paddleboards and Surrey bikes courtesy of Moe B’s Watersports. Pirate Coast Paddle also offers on-site rentals including kayaks, stand up paddleboards and multi-person paddleboards for groups of 4-10. For those looking to relax, enjoy a beachside cabana between dips in the calm waters of the gorgeous Upper Newport Bay.

 

Entertainment Schedule:

8 a.m.: Gates open

3 - 3:45 p.m.: Welcome and Dj Music

4:30 - 5:15 p.m.: “Southern Rocket,” a Southern and Classic Rock Cover band performs

6 - 7 p.m.: “The PettyBreakers,” Tom Petty and the Heartbreakers Tribute Band perform

7:45 - 9 p.m.: “Hollywood U2,” The World’s Greatest U2 Tribute Show takes place

9 p.m.: Fireworks Extravaganza

Cost: $50 per car entrance fee; +$40 per person for a Beer & Wine Garden pass.

Includes a hosted bar from 3 to 8 p.m. and premier fireworks viewing

Back Bay Bistro 4th of July Buffet:

4:30 p.m. - First Seating; 7 p.m. - Second Seating

$45 for adults, $22.50 for children 10 years of age and younger

 

For more information on events and amenities at Newport Dunes Waterfront Resort, call 949.729.3863, or visit www.NewportDunes.com. To make a reservation at Back Bay Bistro, call 949.729.1144, or visit www.NewportDunes.com/Bistro.


Newport Beach Public Library Hosts
Events, Workshops

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Upcoming Events & Workshops 

John Wayne Exhibit – On Set with the Duke: The Lost Archive of John R. Hamilton, Continuing through Sept. 5. John Wayne Enterprises is pleased to present a selection of 15 modern archival prints of John Wayne by legendary photographer John R. Hamilton this summer. Opening on what would have been John Wayne’s 110th birthday on May 26, the exhibit will feature rare and never before seen images from such films as “The Searchers” (1956) directed by John Ford, “The Horse Soldiers” (1959) directed by John Ford, “The Man Who Shot Liberty Valance” (1962) directed by John Ford, “The Sons of Katie Elder” (1965) directed by Henry Hathaway, “El Dorado” (1966) directed by Howard Hawks, and “Hellfighters” (1968) directed by Andrew V. McLaglen. This is a rare opportunity to view this lost archive of John Wayne images on set, with the film crew and his family. Curated by Laurie Kratochvil and Amy Shepherd. Sponsored by the Newport Beach City Arts Commission. Central Library, 1000 Avocado Ave., Newport Beach. 949.717.3800.

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Illusions by Allen, June 26 at 2 and 4 p.m. Magic show for all ages includes live doves and rabbits, lots of audience participation, sleight-of-hand, levitation and comedy. Children must be accompanied by an adult. Space is first come, first seated and is limited by room capacity. Mariners Library Branch, 1300 Irvine Ave., Newport Beach. 949.717.3838.

Illusions by Allen, June 27 at 10 a.m. and 12 p.m. Magic show for all ages includes live doves and rabbits, lots of audience participation, sleight-of-hand, levitation and comedy. Children must be accompanied by an adult. Space is first come, first seated and is limited by room capacity. Central Library Friends Room, 1000 Avocado Ave., Newport Beach. 949.717.3800.

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Illusions by Allen, June 29 at 11 a.m. at Balboa Library Branch and 3 p.m. at Corona del Mar Library Branch. Magic show for all ages includes live doves and rabbits, lots of audience participation, sleight-of-hand, levitation and comedy. Children must be accompanied by an adult. Space is first come, first seated and is limited by room capacity. 100 E. Balboa Blvd., Newport Beach. 949.644.3076; 420 Marigold Ave., Corona del Mar. 949.644.3075.

Build a City!, July 3 from 2 - 3 p.m. at Mariners Library Branch. Calling all inspiring engineers. Let’s build structures from marshmallows, pasta and boxes; and roads from paper and cardboard to race cars through the city. Children must be accompanied by an adult. Space is first come, first seated and is limited by room capacity. 1300 Irvine Ave., Newport Beach.

Happy Independence Day

Independence Day. All library branches are closed on Tuesday, July 4.

Build a City!, July 6 at 11 a.m.  at Balboa Library Branch and 3 p.m. at Corona del Mar Library Branch. Calling all inspiring engineers. Let’s build structures from marshmallows, pasta and boxes; and roads from paper and cardboard to race cars through the city. Children must be accompanied by an adult. Space is first come, first seated and is limited by room capacity. 100 E. Balboa Blvd., Newport Beach. 949.644.3076; 420 Marigold Ave., Corona del Mar. 949.644.3075.

Friends Patio Book Sale, July 8 – Three book sales to entice you at Central Library from 10 a.m. - 4:30 p.m. Vintage Book Sale in the library lobby from 10 a.m. - 3 p.m.; Hardbacks, $3/1 in front of the library from 10 a.m. - 3 p.m.; and Buy-One-Get-One-Free (members only) in the book store from 10:30 a.m. - 4 :30 p.m. 1000 Avocado Ave., Newport Beach.

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Build a City!, July 8 from 11 a.m. - 12 p.m. at Central Library. Calling all inspiring engineers. Let’s build structures from marshmallows, pasta and boxes; and roads from paper and cardboard to race cars through the city. Children must be accompanied by an adult. Space is first come, first seated and is limited by room capacity. 1000 Avocado Ave., Newport Beach.

Mad Science, July 10 at 2 p.m. and 4 p.m. at Mariners Branch Library. Welcome, all mad scientists! To this highly interactive show with fascinating science demonstrations. Funding for all summer programs provided by generous donations from the Friends of the Library. Children must be accompanied by an adult. Space is first come, first seated and is limited by room capacity. 1300 Irvine Ave., Newport Beach.

Mad Science, July 11 at 10 a.m. and 12 p.m. at Central Library Friends Room. Welcome, all mad scientists! To this highly interactive show with fascinating science demonstrations. Funding for all summer programs provided by generous donations from the Friends of the Library. Children must be accompanied by an adult. Space is first come, first seated and is limited by room capacity. 1000 Avocado Ave., Newport Beach.

Free Home-Buying Workshop, July 11 at 6:30 p.m. at Central Library Friends Room. Features guest speaker Mark Hiatt, vice president of Real Estate Lending for Credit Union of Southern California. Ready to buy a home? Discover the inside scoop to the home-buying experience! Topics to be included: Learn good or bad credit and how it affects you when purchasing a home; Discover mortgage basics such as loan types, terms, qualifying and costs; and Explore answers to key questions – How much house can I get? How much can I afford? 1000 Avocado Ave., Newport Beach.

Mad Science, July 11 at 10 a.m. and 12 p.m. at Central Library Friends Room. Welcome, all mad scientists! To this highly interactive show with fascinating science demonstrations. Funding for all summer programs provided by generous donations from the Friends of the Library. Children must be accompanied by an adult. Space is first come, first seated and is limited by room capacity. 1000 Avocado Ave., Newport Beach.

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Selma Mann: Whimsical Warrior, July 12 at 2 p.m. at Corona del Mar Branch Library. Meet author Selma Mann, poet, teacher, attorney and a presence about town in Newport Beach. Mann will talk about the joy of writing, featuring poems from her books “Whimsical Warrior” and “Morning Cloak,” and her insights about the gifts of loss, gratitude and journeys that have shaped her writing. She discovered her inner poet following a series of devastating losses. Grief woke the muse for her first book, “Morning Cloak,” published in 2013. Mann’s second book, “Whimsical Warrior,” is a tribute to resilience, and to aging with grace, laughter and whimsy. Enjoy an inspiring hour of poetry and laughter with fellow book lovers as part of the library’s summer Adult Reading Program. Books will be available for purchase and signing. Mann is donating half of the proceeds to the Newport Beach Library Foundation. 420 Marigold Ave., Newport Beach.

Mad Science, July 13 at 11 a.m. at Balboa Branch Library. Welcome, all mad scientists! To this highly interactive show with fascinating science demonstrations. Funding for all summer programs provided by generous donations from the Friends of the Library. Children must be accompanied by an adult. Space is first come, first seated and is limited by room capacity. 100 E. Balboa Blvd., Newport Beach.

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Plant a Seed, July 13 at 3 p.m. at Corona del Mar Branch Library. Start a little garden, decorate a pot and plant a seed. Funding for all summer programs provided by generous donations from the Friends of the Library. Children must be accompanied by an adult. Space is first come, first seated and is limited by room capacity. 420 Marigold Ave., Newport Beach.

YAAC Science Fair, July 17 at 2 p.m. at Mariners Branch Library. Join the library’s very own Young Adult Advisory Council (YAAC) as they present fun science experiments for kids. Funding for all summer programs provided by generous donations from the Friends of the Library. Children must be accompanied by an adult. Space is first come, first seated and is limited by room capacity. 1300 Irvine Ave., Newport Beach.

YAAC Science Fair, July 20 at 11 a.m. at Balboa Branch Library and 3 p.m. at Corona del Mar Branch Library. Join the library’s very own Young Adult Advisory Council (YAAC) as they present fun science experiments for kids. Funding for all summer programs provided by generous donations from the Friends of the Library. Children must be accompanied by an adult. Space is first come, first seated and is limited by room capacity. 100 E. Balboa Blvd., Newport Beach and 420 Marigold Ave., Newport Beach.

Pacific Animal Productions, July 24 at 2 and 4 p.m. at Mariners Branch Library. Animals are the building blocks of our natural world. Where animals hunt, forage, grow their families, and make their homes has an effect on everything around them. There will be live animals in the library! Funding for all summer programs provided by generous donations from the Friends of the Library. Children must be accompanied by an adult. Space is first come, first seated and is limited by room capacity. 1300 Irvine Ave., Newport Beach.

Pacific Animal Productions, July 25 at 10 a.m. and 12 p.m. at Central Library Friends Room. Animals are the building blocks of our natural world. Where animals hunt, forage, grow their families, and make their homes has an effect on everything around them. There will be live animals in the library! Funding for all summer programs provided by generous donations from the Friends of the Library. Children must be accompanied by an adult. Space is first come, first seated and is limited by room capacity. 1300 Irvine Ave., Newport Beach.

Pacific Animal Productions, July 27 at 11 a.m. at Balboa Branch Library and 3 p.m. at Corona del Mar Branch Library. Animals are the building blocks of our natural world. Where animals hunt, forage, grow their families, and make their homes has an effect on everything around them. There will be live animals in the library! Funding for all summer programs provided by generous donations from the Friends of the Library. Children must be accompanied by an adult. Space is first come, first seated and is limited by room capacity. 100 E. Balboa Blvd., Newport Beach and 420 Marigold Ave., Newport Beach.

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Art by Design, July 31 at 2 p.m. at Mariners Branch Library. 3D paper crafting! Paper is flat but we can use it to make projects with height, width, and depth…3D! Come fold and glue some fabulous creations in this artistic program. Funding for all summer programs provided by generous donations from the Friends of the Library. Children must be accompanied by an adult. Space is first come, first seated and is limited by room capacity. 1300 Irvine Ave., Newport Beach.

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Let’s Read! Kids’ Storytimes

Books & Babies – It’s never too early for storytime. Introduce language and reading to the littlest lap-sitters, 6 - 24 months. Central on Mondays at 9:30 and 10:30 a.m.; CdM on Tuesdays at 10:30 a.m.; Mariners on Wednesdays at 9:30 and 10:30 a.m.; Balboa on Wednesdays at 10:30 a.m.

Toddler Storytime – Start building a love of reading early with fun stories and songs for toddlers from 24-36 months. Please arrive on time and do not bring older siblings. Central on Wednesdays at 10:30 a.m.; Mariners on Thursdays at 9:30 and 10:30 a.m.

Songs & Stories – Children 2 - 5 years of age will enjoy stories and music, while being introduced to guided movement, yoga and instruments. CdM on Fridays at 10:30 a.m.

Preschool Storytime – Stories, poems and songs will inspire literary, dramatic and musical fun for kids 3 - 5 years of age. Balboa on Tuesdays at 10:30 a.m.; Mariners on Tuesdays at 10:30 a.m.; CdM on Wednesdays at 10:30 a.m.; Central on Thursdays at 10:30 a.m.

Pajama Storytime – Children from age 3 - 7 can enjoy just-before-bed storytelling fun. Don’t forget to come in you pjs! Central on Mondays at 7 p.m.

Family Storytime – Enjoy family time with stories, songs and a craft geared especially for children ages 3-7. Central on Saturdays at 10:30 a.m. www.newportkids.org

Branches

Central Library

1000 Avocado Ave., Newport Beach. 949.717.3800

Hours: Monday to Thursday, 9 a.m.-9 p.m.; Friday and Saturday, 9 a.m.-6 p.m.;

Sunday, Noon-5 p.m.

Mariners Branch

1300 Irvine Ave., Newport Beach. 949.717.3838

Hours: Monday to Thursday, 9 a.m.-9 p.m.; Friday and Saturday, 9 a.m.-6 p.m.;

Sunday, Noon - 5 p.m.

Balboa Branch

100 E. Balboa Blvd., Newport Beach. 949.644.3076

Hours: Monday and Wednesday, 9 a.m.-9 p.m.; Tuesday, Thursday through Saturday,

9 a.m.-6 p.m.; Closed Sundays

Corona del Mar Branch

420 Marigold Ave., Corona del Mar. 949.644.3075

Hours: Tuesday and Thursday, 9 a.m.-9 p.m.; Wednesday, Friday and Saturday,

9 a.m.-6 p.m.; Closed Sundays and Mondays.

www.newportbeachlibrary.org


For A Good Cause

From Golf to Galas: Supporting Our Community

Newport Harbor

Hoag Hospital | 30th Annual Hoag Summer Classic, Wednesday, June 28 at 5 p.m. This annual foodie and summer event features more than 30 of O.C.’s top restaurants and is hosted by the Hoag Hospital Foundation and 552 Club.

Contact: Jennifer Garner at This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it., www.hoagpromise.org

Takes place at Newport Dunes resort & Marina, 1131 Back Bay Drive, Newport Beach.

National Multiple Sclerosis Society | Bubbles & Brunch to End MS, Saturday, August 26 from 11 a.m. - 2 p.m. Don’t miss out on a fabulous day filled with premier silent auction items, a mimosa-laced reception, a three-course brunch and Ronda Giangreco as the keynote speaker who will share how she faced her personal MS diagnosis. The event supports the National MS Society’s vision to create a world free of Multiple Sclerosis. Tickets are $100 each; tables of 10 start at $1,000.

Contact: Heather Dean-Presnall at This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it., or 760.448.8497, www.bubblesandbrunch.org

Takes place at The Island Hotel Newport Beach, 690 Newport Center Drive, Newport Beach.

The Wooden Floor | Keep the Promise Wine Tasting, Thursday, September 14 at 6 p.m. Enjoy some of the highest-rated wines from around the world and come together as a community to raise funds to transform the lives of underserved youth through the power of dance and access to higher education.

Contact: Keegan Bell at This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it., or 714.541.8314, ext. 140, www.thewoodenfloor.org/winetasting

Takes place at Big Canyon Country Club, 1 Big Canyon Drive, Newport Beach.

Vanguard University | Global Center for Women and Justice Priceless Luncheon, Saturday, September 16 at 11 a.m. Vanguard University’s GCWJ hosts its annual Priceless Luncheon. Funds raised go to the Global Center’s efforts to prevent and end human trafficking through programs of education and collaboration with community professionals and volunteers.

Contact: Nadia Hernandez at This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it., www.vanguard.edu/gcwj/the-priceless-luncheon

Takes place at Island Hotel Newport Beach, 690 Newport Center Drive, Newport Beach.

Laura’s House | Annual Gala, Saturday, September 23 at 6 p.m. The Laura’s House annual gala unites community leaders and notable personalities for an evening of empowerment, celebration and hope for a world free of domestic violence. Individuals and corporations will be honored for their integral support of the nonprofit’s prevention, education and community programs. The charity soiree includes a cocktail reception, silent and live auctions and a dinner program.

Contact: Andrea McCallister at This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it., or 949.361.3775, ext. 211, www.laurashouse.org

Takes place at Island Hotel Newport Beach, 690 Newport Center Drive, Newport Beach.

Big Brothers Big Sisters | 53rd Annual Gourmet Dinner, Thursday, September 28. Join Big Brothers Big Sisters for its premier networking event that brings together more than 400 of Orange County’s most influential business leaders. At the nonprofit’s largest fundraiser of the year, guests enjoy a multicourse dinner, opportunity drawings, chances to bid on exciting live auction experiences and a heartfelt presentation from a child about the life-changing relationship he shares with his mentor.

Contact: Sloan Keane at This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. or 714.619.7048, www.ocbigs.org

Takes place at Balboa Bay Resort, 1221 W. Coast Highway, Newport Beach.

SAVE THE DATE! HomeAid of Orange County | Doorways for Hope Gala, “Denim and Diamonds”, Saturday, November 4 from 6 - 10 p.m. For 28 years, HomeAid Orange County has worked with the Orange County community to provide housing as the first step for those who suddenly find they have no place to call home. By building these doorways, HomeAid, along with those who provide their support, offers hope to those who are experiencing homelessness and starts them on their journey of rebuilding their lives. Sponsorship opportunities are available.

Contact: www.HomeAidOC.org/gala

Takes place at Balboa Bay Resort, 1221 W. Coast Highway, Newport Beach.

Police Beat Primer

Compiled by Tom Johnson 

Police Beat derives from information in the log maintained at the front counter by the Newport Beach Police Department and required under CA Government Code Section 6254 (f). The press does not have access to written police reports.

Information in the police department log is deemed reliable and StuNewsNewport is not responsible for mistakes made available as public record by

the Newport Beach Police Department.

Parents with children in school may contact 949-497-1615 to request that their names be omitted from Police Beat. The decision of StuNewsNewport is final.

Any person arrested is innocent until found guilty in a court of law.

Abbreviations sometimes used in Police Beat

647f – Public Intoxication; DUI – Driving under the influence of alcohol or drugs; NFA – No fixed address; RP – Reporting/Responsible Party; UTL – Unable to locate


DUI Arrests

Rebecca Christine Steepleton, 37, Santa Ana – Wednesday, June 21

Bradley Wayne Smith, 43, Newport Beach – Wednesday, June 21

Kelly Michelle Powell, 26, Santa Ana – Wednesday, June 21

Maximillian Alexander Fishenfeld, 18, Aliso Viejo – Tuesday, June 20, 2017

Incident Reports

Thursday, June 22

Arrests for Being Drunk in Public

Darlene Brenna Luna, 21, Fontana

Jamboree Road & Santa Barbara Drive I Controlled Substance, Narcotics, and Paraphernalia

11:52 p.m. Christine Johanna Feher, 43, Santa Ana, was charged with possession of a controlled substance, possession of narcotics and unlawful possession of paraphernalia. Bail was set at $10,000.

Jamboree Road & Santa Barbara Drive I Driver’s License and Paraphernalia

10:50 p.m. Scott Aric Hollis, 48, Santa Ana, was charged with driving on a revoked or suspended license and possession of illegal paraphernalia. Bail was set at $2,500.

Jamboree Road & Santa Barbara Drive I Driver’s License

10:15 p.m. Oscar Trejo, 37, Placentia, was charged with driving on a suspended or revoked license. Bail was set at $2,500.

Irvine Avenue & Orchard Drive I Warrant

9:19 p.m. Adam James Roseberry, 26, Costa Mesa, was charged with a warrant for narcotics. Bail was set at $10,000.

Lido Park Drive I 700 Block I Warrants

1:20 a.m. Dorothy Jo Rogers, 58, Orange, was charged with warrants for criminal trespass and battery. Bail was set at $8,000.

Wednesday, June 21

Arrests for Being Drunk in Public

Nicholas John Pluenneke, 19, Irvine

Seacrest Drive I 1500 Block I Warrant

5:01 p.m. Scott Robert Skallerud, 47, Santa Ana, was charged with a warrant for violating supervision. No bail was set.

MacArthur Boulevard & E. Coast Highway I Warrant

9:03 a.m. Gery Albert Flores, 30, Baldwin Park, was charged with warrant for driving without a license. Bail was set at $30,000.

Coast Highway & W. Bay Shore Drive I Theft, Bike on Sidewalk, Controlled Substance, Metal Knuckles and Narcotics

3:30 a.m. Lindsay Nicole Blaine, 33, Yorba Linda, was charged with bicycle theft, riding on a sidewalk, being under the influence of a controlled substance, possession of narcotics and possession of brass knuckles. Bail was set at $2,500.

Tuesday, June 20

Arrests for Being Drunk in Public

Melissa D. Hahn, 50, Carlsbad

W. Coast Highway & Balboa Boulevard I Controlled Substance and Warrant

6:16 p.m. Kristopher Charles Persico, 21, Anaheim, was charged with possession of a controlled substance and a warrant for possession of a controlled substance. Bail was set at $12,500.